The Pittsburgh Steelers Participate in Project Bundle-Up

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A financial analyst with more than a decade of experience, Ryan Hoadley has worked at a successful New York-based hedge fund since 2008. Outside of work, Ryan Hoadley enjoys running, skiing, and following the Pittsburgh Steelers.

In an effort to give back to the local community, the Pittsburgh Steelers take part in a variety of charitable programs throughout the year. Recently, the team’s charitable activities included a shopping trip to a local Dick’s Sporting Goods as part of Project Bundle-Up, a program launched 30 years ago by Patricia Rooney, the wife of Steelers’ chairman Dan Rooney.

Operated in partnership with The Salvation Army and WTAE-TV, Project Bundle-Up provides winter clothing to children and seniors in need across western Pennsylvania. Receiver Sam Coates, safety Mike Mitchell, and a number of other Steelers players participated in the 2015 Project Bundle-Up shopping event. The team members helped local children from the Salvation Army on the North Side pick out warm coats, boots, gloves, and hats in preparation for the upcoming winter weather.

In addition to participating in shopping events, the Steelers host a mini-golf tournament each spring to support the Project Bundle-Up program.